Planned Parenthood Receives Tax-Exempt Status with No Oversight

Representative Mike Kelly (R-PA), a member of the House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Oversight,requested that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) conduct an audit of Planned Parenthood after more recentvideos revealed Planned Parenthood’s alleged illegal harvesting and selling body parts of unborn children.

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Gov. McAuliffe's Appointees Try an End Run to Let Illegals and Felons Vote

The battle for voter integrity continues in Virginia. Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe's appointees are trying bypassing the state legislature to make changes to allow convicted felons and illegal aliens to  fraudulent vote without any consequences. Under the proposed changes to the Virginia Code, voters would no longer need to affirmatively check a box stating that they are a citizen, and they are neither a felon, nor mentally incompetent. Currently, if a voter leaves this box incomplete, the action is a material omission. Thus, if a person does not at least affirmatively state they are a citizen, the vote does not count.

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RNLA Congratulates Jennifer Choe Groves for Her Nomination to the U.S. Court of International Trade

The Republican National Lawyers Association (RNLA) is pleased to congratulate Jennifer Choe Groves on her nomination by President Obama to serve on the United States Court of International Trade. The U.S. Court of International Trade, an Article III court, has nationwide jurisdiction over civil actions arising out of U.S. customs and international trade laws. If confirmed by the U.S. Senate, Groves will be the first Asian Pacific American judge to serve on this court. 

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Planned Parenthood: "Specimens" for Profit and Power Over Women's Health?

Bills are now introduced in the House and the Senate to cut off federal funds for Planned Parenthood, and would instead direct money to women’s health groups. This is a proposed fix to the legal issue of Planned Parenthood misusing federal funds to profit from harvested fetal tissue in the name of research.

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“Mr. Koskinen should no longer be the IRS commissioner”

Representative Jason Chaffetz (R-UT), Chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Affairs, sent a letter to Obamarequesting the firing of IRS chief John Koskinen. Chaffetz stated that Koskinen repeatedly “obstructed” congressional efforts to investigate the IRS’s political targeting taxpayers. Chaffetz quoted his letter in a Capitol Hill press conference,

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IRS Targets Conservatives with No Consequence

New documents confirmed that the IRS targeted individual donors giving to those causes who aligned with lists of conservative tax-exempt organizations. Not only did the IRS use the donor lists of tax-exempt organizations for audits, but also the documents highlight that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce may have come under “high scrutiny.” The IRS would not produce the documents until required by a Freedom of Information lawsuit, Judicial Watch v. Internal Revenue Service (No. 1:15-cv-00220).

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Q and A with Florida Representative Charles McBurney

1.          Tell us something about yourself that isn't readily apparent from your FL House profile.

Rep. McBurney: Since I originally did my profile, I have become a grandfather.

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Planned Parenthood Violated Research and Funding Laws

New evidence shows Planned Parenthood violated laws concerning fetal tissue research by profiting off the body parts of unborn babies. Center for Medical Progress released a video revealing Planned Parenthood’s practices, and it sparked debate over these laws regulating fetal tissue research as well as the government funding of organizations like Planned Parenthood that perform abortions.

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Biden’s Niece Likely Committed Vote Fraud

One of the reasons that the political operatives on the left fight so hard for vote fraud is so they can vote . . . illegally where they don’t live or have an intent to reside.  Don’t take our word for it, listen to the Democrat New Hampshire Secretary of State Bill Gardener who was supporting Republican efforts to stop this practice in New Hampshire. 

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News and Updates for Republican Law Students

Want to Start a RNLA Chapter?

 

A RNLA Law School Chapter could be a great asset to your law school, and professional development. Chapters flourish best when established before August so consider beginning your application process now.  All officers must be current law school members. For more information please email Brittany Walker at [email protected]
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